Asian Social Science February, 2010 67 Effect of Using Problem Solving Method in Teaching Mathematics on the Achievement of Mathematics Students Riasat Ali (Corresponding author).
Helping Children Learning Mathematics, Allyn and Bacon, Boston Willborn, L.Grace, (1994). Improving Problem Solving Abilities of Third Grade Students Though the Use of Problem Solving Strategies, Nova Aoutheastern University Woolfolk, A. (1998). Educational Psychology, Allyn and Bacon, USA tegies within the listing strategy.
Effect Of The Problem-Solving Approach On Academic Achievement Of Students In Mathematics At The Secondary Level Kousar Perveen, Kohat University and Science Technology, Pakistan ABSTRACT This study sought to determine the effect of the problem-solving approach on academic achievement of students in mathematics at the secondary level.
The major purpose of study was to investigate the effects of using problem solving method on students’ achievement in teaching mathematics at elementary level. Pre-test post-test design was used in the study. Results were analyzed using mean, standard deviation and t-test.
Effects of explicit problem-solving and lecture instructional strategies on students’ achievement on the mole concept. The result in table 2 and 4 revealed that students’ taught using explicit problem-solving method had a higher achievement mean score than their counterparts taught using lecture method. This showed that students.
Effects of Game-Based Learning on Students’ Mathematics Achievement: A Meta-Analysis Abstract This report presents findings from a meta-analysis of experimental and quasi-experimental studies investigating effects of instructional games on mathematics achievement of PreK—12th grade students compared to traditional classroom methods.
This study sought to determine the effect of the problem-solving approach on academic achievement of students in mathematics at the secondary level. The secondary school students studying mathematics constituted the population of this study. The students of 10th class of Government Pakistan Girls High School Rawalpindi were selected as a sample for the study.
To establish the effect of teaching methods on students’ academic achievement in mathematics in public secondary schools in Dadaab sub county,Garissa County. 1.3 Research Hypothesis The method of teaching does not significantly influence students’ achievement in mathematics in public secondary schools in Dadaab sub county, Garissa County. II.
Improving student achievement in mathematics. dents.For example,if the aim is to improve students ’scientific problem-solving skills, the school might plan to introduce. Teaching and learning mathematics are complex tasks.The effect on student learning of changing a single teaching practice.
Effectiveness ofProblem Solving Method in Teaching Mathematics at Elementary Level 234 According to Nafees (2011), problem solving is a process to solve problems through higher order cognitive operations of visualizing, associating, abstracting, comprehending, manipulating, reasoning and analyzing. PSA encourages students to.
A COMPARISON ON THE EFFECT OF TEACHING MATHEMATICS USING. adopting discovery learning approach significantly improves students’ achievement in mathematics as compared to using traditional teaching method. Secondly,. interest to participate in problem solving.
In Pakistan, mathematics is taught as one of the compulsory subject in all public and private schoolsfrom primary to secondary level. But unfortunately, this subject is not of much interestfor thePakistani students studying in public and private schools; it is rather a nightmare for them. There may be many reasons for this effect but among one of them is the teaching method. Problem solving.
Also, male students performed slightly better than female students with differentiated instruction, although no significant difference existed between the achievement of male and female students taught mathematics using differentiated instruction. There was no significant main effect of gender on students’ achievement in mathematics.
Mathematics is used in everyday life, be it social, economic, arts, science or technology. However, empirical evidence shows that students achieve poorly in the subject at School Certificate level especially in the algebraic expression. Research findings have indicated that this low achievement may be attributed to inappropriate pedagogies used by teachers and this necessitated this study.
THE EFFECTS OF PROBLEM-BASED LEARNING ON MATHEMATICS ACHIEVEMENT OF ELEMENTARY STUDENTS ACROSS TIME A Specialist Project Presented to The Faculty of the Department of Psychology Western Kentucky University Bowling Green, Kentucky In Partial Fulfillment Of the Requirements for the Degree Specialist in Education By Brittany M. Crowley May 2015.Background:Through the learning of physics, students will acquire problem solving skills which are relevant to their daily life. Determining the best way in which students learn physics takes a priority in physics education. The goal of the present study was to determine the effect of problem based learning strategy on students’ problem solving skills and its role in building their.Writing and Mathematical Problem-Solving: Effects of Writing Activities on Problem-Solving Skills of Elementary Students. Abstract. This action research study summarizes the use of writing activities with a group of 20 urban elementary.